Charlie Bagley Dies

A meteorologist and radio and television personality who was a regular on WTIC and Channel 3 television for many years,  “Fair Weather Charlie” Bagley,  has died at 82.

The Massachusetts native became Managing Director of the Travelers Weather Service in 1970,  and provided weather reports — and cheer — on television and for industrial clients,  and for WTIC Radio,  including the Bob Steele Program.  In retirement, he volunteered at Johnson Memorial Hospital in Stafford Springs,  where he dubbed himself “King of the Candy Stripers.”

The obituary provided by the Introvigne Funeral Home in Stafford Springs points out that on the morning of his death,  the sky was “as blue as his evyes and as clear as his conscience.

Calling hours are Wednesday from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the Introvigne Funeral Home,   51 East Main Street, Stafford Springs.  The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at St. Edward Church, 55 High Street, Stafford Springs.


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